I've have a Sony Camcorder that I've had for several years. It's not a Digital Camcorder. It's an 8-track type that uses a cartridge that looks like a stereo cassette cartridge. I'm looking for a DVD recorder/player that will take the RCA plugs from my Camcorder and convert the analog signal and burn it onto a DVD disk. I've been looking at all the internet stores and some stores where I live(Costco, Fry's electronics, Best Buy, etc.), but I don't know how to interpret the specs on them so I get a recorder/player that will reproduce my Camcorder movies. I don't want to spend the money and find out that I bought one that only records Digital Camcorder movies. I want one that does the taped movies direct from the camera, just like the digital cameras can. Can you help me and steer me towards some good reliable brands, and not too pricey either. My camera is a Sony Handycam, Video 8, Model # CCD-TRV21 -vintage 1996. It uses 8mm Video Cassettes. Again, what do I look for in the specs that tells me that I can plug my RCA jacks right to the recorder/player and burn it onto a DVD?